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    Default cellphone pic posting

    I understand you can donate and get pic posting access. How much and how? Do I hit the donate button and get options?
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    Default Re: cellphone pic posting

    You don't have to donate to post pictures. Anyone that has an account can post pictures.

    That doesn't mean that you can't donate.
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    direct from a cellphone? Or is that AGF and I'm screwed up.....again.....
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    Hey there! This is a picture I’ve posted directly from my phone. What worked for me is this:
    I clicked reply, but this only brought up a text box. However, there was a button there at the bottom that said “full site.” I clicked there and it took me to the format that is typically used on PC. There I clicked the image button on the top bar of the text box. From there I clicked from computer and clicked choose file, where I let it access my photos and selected this photo and clicked upload! Hope this helps.

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    I don’t know why that mobile site is still online. I wonder if there is a way to get rid of it. IIRC Scott told me years ago that it was no longer supported.

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